Style Saturday: Hu-Nu activewear for busy mothers

Hu-Nu is a new line of stylish clothes for active mothers, allowing for a smooth transition from the real world to the gym and back - no gym bag required! The company recently launched in the U.S. and products are currently available online and at select Equinox locations.

Hu-Nu activewear for busy women

Hu-Nu offers an array of innovative fabrics from slimming pants (proven to reduce cellulite!) made with caffeine and aloe to vegetable cashmere wraps made from soybean hulls, while providing style, comfort, and moisture management.

The Hu-nu difference is in the fabric:
  • Hu-nu Activewear is made from Supplex Nylon, a cutting edge fabric that is quick drying, antibacterial, and has wicking ability, odor control; all while still holding shape and color.
  • If you have sensitive skin, Hu-nu offers a “Tencel Wrap” that is made from the natural fibers of wood pulp from sustainable wood farms. The stylish wrap is 100% biodegradable, very soft (yet durable) and moisture absorbent.
  • The “Soya Wrap”, also known as the “Vegetable Cashmere”, is made with a fabric derived from the hulls of soy beans and offers women a luxurious, UV resistant and eco-friendly option.
  • The revolutionary “Slim Woo-Hoo” pants and capris, which are manufactured in Italy by Revolution Slim, are made with natural ingredients like caffeine, aloe and vitamin E. According to the company, the pants are clinically proven to reduce cellulite, fight swelling and water retention, improves skin firmness, as well as sport performance.

Jaclyn Jhin founded Hu-Nu after years of balancing a corporate job, motherhood, and realizing just how little time busy moms have. She realized there was a need for an activewear line that looked fashionable at the gym, around town and everywhere in between. Hu-Nu offers four modern collections to choose from making it simple for mothers to match their personal type with their athletic style.

To learn more, visit - www.hu-nu.com

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